AASF Statement for Congressional Roundtable—Researching While Chinese American: Ethnic Profiling, Chinese American Scientists and A New American Brain Drain

AASF submitted the following statement for the Congressional Roundtable on June 30, 2021: “Researching while Chinese American: Ethnic Profiling, Chinese American Scientists and a New American Brain Drain”. June 29, 2021 Asian American Scholar Forum (AASF) is a non-profit, non-political organization representing a community of Asian American scholars who are united in our commitments toContinue reading “AASF Statement for Congressional Roundtable—Researching While Chinese American: Ethnic Profiling, Chinese American Scientists and A New American Brain Drain”

AASF Webinar: Fundamental Research Security

The American leadership in scientific research and technology innovations in the world has been built upon open intellectual exchange, global collaborations, and knowledge sharing. As a member of the advisory group for the JASON Report, Professor Peter Fisher will give a presentation addressing the value and risks of openness in basic research for the sustained world leadership of the U.S. in science and engineering.

AASF Webinar: Challenges Facing Academics in the US Suspected as Nontraditional Collectors for China

In this webinar, Dr. Xi will present his personal experience and discuss other actual criminal cases to illustrate the risks faced by academics with ties in China. Links to resources concerning case information, legal rights, attorney referral, fundraising, and activism will be provided.